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Monday, June 26, 2017
In The Year Of The Monkey – by Joao Barros-Pereira
Wednesday - Jan 20, 2016
If the coconut tree isn't a tree but is something else - whatever it might be - the question we need to put to the government is this: how does the government hope to protect the so-called coconut tree from people who will unnecessarily cut them down? The change is to help people to solve their border disputes quickly, and so on, but what about others who can now cut so-called coconut trees
Public Meeting In Saligao Against BJP Government – by A. Veronica Fernandes
Wednesday - Jan 20, 2016
Under the Citizens of Goa forum, yesterday in Saligao, Bardez, a public Meeting was held at 4.30 PM attended by a huge crowd not only from Saligao but also from many parts of Goa including from the neighbouring villages. It was addressed by the galaxy of seasoned speakers who had something or the other to give to the audience. Qualitatively it was of very high standard where the speakers
Glorification Of British Invaders On Parshuram Bhumi – by Bendo Juze
Tuesday - Jan 19, 2016
On Jan 15 2016 Goa PWD minister Ramkrishna 'Sudin' Dhavalikar who along with his brother Deepak are the smartest Politicians and has benefited from both the Congress and BJP corruption said Portuguese should tender apology to Goans. Goans can't forget the history of the Portuguese rule. "What happened in Goa prior to 1961 we have seen," said Dhavalikar while speaking
Goa's Politicians: Divine Right Of Kingship? – by João Barros-Pereira
Monday - Jan 18, 2016
The behaviour of Goa's politicians seem to me to be in the mode of seventeenth century Europe's Divine Right of Kingship. Are our politicians ready for democracy? How do we mortals and sadly mistaken voters tell them differently? How do we tell them what they are doing is wrong? Can they understand?
Open Letter To Goans & Goa Lovers by Floriano Lobo
Monday - Jan 18, 2016
You may or may not be aware that the GOA you love is being bled slow and steady. The profligate functioning [beyond the means] of its successive governments, including the present one, has virtually put GOA in ICU, requiring blood transfusions through loans and borrowings for her survival
Shut - Up Sudin Daulikhar.
Sunday - Jan 17, 2016
Speaking to the media men as shown in the TV on 17.01.16 in the morning, Sudin Daulikhar said that Portugal should apologise to each and every Goan for committing cruelties on Goans. Mr. Sudin Daulikhar, shut your mouth, you are nobody to talk on behalf of each and every Goan. As for me, I have not authorized you to speak on behalf of me and hence you have no right to ask Portugal
Goa’s Two Immortal Heroes – by Aires Rodrigues
Sunday - Jan 17, 2016
It would be very appropriate that a statue of Goa’s first Leader of the Opposition Dr Jack Sequeira finds a place alongside the first Chief Minister Dayanand Bandodkar at the Secretariat Complex in Porvorim. Successive governments despite their assurances have done nothing in memory of Dr Jack
Goa’s Deforestation Minister Rajendra Arlekar Has Shattered The Coconut Tree - by Aires Rodrigues
Saturday - Jan 16, 2016
After his dubious role as Goa’s worst ever very dictatorial Speaker of the Goa Legislative Assembly, the RSS Pracharak Rajendra Arlekar will now also be remembered as the Forest Minister who destroyed the Coconut Tree besides for vested interests comprising Goa’s environment
Goans, Let Us Rise Or We Shall Perish – by Jose Maria Miranda
Saturday - Jan 16, 2016
The misdeeds of past regime had always been the subject of my harsh criticism, But, I had never imagined then that we would be in for much worse times. Financial gains have been the main motive behind almost every decision then and appear to be more so now. But while the Congress was, at times, willing to
An Open Letter To The Government Which Has Lost Its Priorities – by Ifa Saldanha
Friday - Jan 15, 2016
Is a Smart city, bridges, Mopa airport a priority to the government and an indicator of progress when the basic medical and health care facilities and other necessities like 24 x´7 potable water, power supply, garbage clearance are beyond the reach of a common man? Cansaulim, Calangute, Candolim and many
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